Summertime in a Bowl

Summertime in a bowl, ain't it?

Summer is officially open for the season and with that come a few of my favorite things in the great outdoors: laying in the sun by the pool or at the park,  playing loads of tennis, or turning up the grill for some great seasonal grub (this weekend saw a collection of burgers and grilled asparagus and potatoes).  That great grilling component is of course made more complete with the addition of a beverage or two!

I posted this White Peach Sangria recipe on my own Facebook page over the weekend and had some overwhelming positive responses from friends to serve this big bowl of summertime joy over the coming months. So while I may have missed the unofficial start to summer this weekend, there are plenty more quintessential outdoor celebrations still to come this summer – best yet, this recipe fits the bill for them all!

White Peach Sangria

Combine all the ingredients in a large punch bowl filled with PLENTY of ice.



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3 responses to “Summertime in a Bowl

  1. I’m not certain what you mean when you say “squeezes” . Juice from 12 oranges, lemons, limes?

    • cocktailculture

      Hi Cheryl,

      I would recommend slices from the oranges, lemons, and limes to dress up your sangria bowl, not squeezes. Does that help to answer your question? Sorr y for any confusion!

      Feel free to email me with other questions (on the About page). Thanks! -Stephanie

  2. cocktailculture

    Thanks, Tracee! Yesterday was a beautiful day out (at least in my New England corridor) for a sangria party. Let me know if you end up serving this or other sangria recipes this weekend!


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